Aaron Rodgers. The Packers quarterback proved that it's not how you start … but how to finish strong. Rodgers fumbled his first snap and proceeded to find himself in an 18-point hole in the first half against the Jets at Lambeau Field that looked a lot like 0-2. But he got back on track and finished with the biggest comeback of his career. Rodgers passed for 346 yards with three TDs. Along the way, Rodgers passed Bart Starr (24, 718 yards) to climb into second place on the franchise's list for passing yards behind Brett Favre. Rodgers now stands at 24, 732 yards, with a milestone that looks a lot better with a victory.
Defensive player of the week: Ryan Kerrigan. Introducing…. the new NFL sack leader. Washington's left outside linebacker had a field day against the Jaguars with a franchise-record-tying four sacks on a day the defense dumped Chad Henne 10 times to match the franchise record. Like that, Kerrigan finds himself atop the sack leader board and his four sacks for the season already has nearly half the 8 ½ sacks that he produced in 2013.